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Why do some people believe the "quantity of words" in a book is so essential? Well, believe me, after reading thousands of books, large and small, it just isn't true. Its not the "quantity of words" that matter, its the "quality of content." Continuing that thought, K J Glasgow introduces readers to his "9 Step Process To Jump-Start Your Search For A New Home" by compressing volumes of valuable information into just 12,000 words to assist you in buying a new home. Glasgow explains his "9 Step Process" in a straight forward and easy to understand manner including "Financial" requirements, "Contract" concerns, important questions about a "Neighborhood," what actually takes place at "Closing," questions about the "Search," and gives great suggestions for "Moving Day." He even includes information regarding renting and owning property. He completes this paragon with over 120 questions and comments that will be invaluable in your search for a new home. Matthew A. states "My wife and I are getting ready to buy our first home and this book is invaluable. Easy to read, straightforward, and great insight for those thinking about taking the leap and buying a home. I would highly recommend this book whether it's your first time or your 5th." Lauren A. says: "This is a very informative book full of a lot of helpful information! I was very pleased with the amount of knowledge I retained in such a quick read. If you are looking for a book regarding the purchase of your first home, this is the book for you! You will be very pleased." Scott K. declares: "Very detailed read. Don't think its only for the first time buyers. Good reference to have with you while home shopping. There are always things you miss when you're focused on having the obvious problems taken care of. This booklet is like a punch list for the home shopper."
bound: 66 pages
publisher: Independently published (April 3, 2017)
isbn: 1520800940, 978-1520800943,
weight: 5.3 ounces (